CLINTON — A Clinton man remains in DeWitt County jail, pending a bond hearing, after his arrest Thursday on drug charges.

Cade R. Bray, 40, is accused of participating in methamphetamine manufacturing, a Class X felony, and disposal of methamphetamine manufacturing waste, a Class 2 felony. If convicted, he could spend up to 30 years in prison.

He was arrested after an investigation by Task Force 6, a multi-agency police unit specializing in narcotics enforcement. It is composed of officers from the Clinton Police Department, DeWitt County Sheriff’s Office, McLean County Sheriff’s Office, Piatt County Sheriff’s Office, Illinois State University Police Department, and the Illinois State Police.

Subscribe to The Pantagraph

Reporting like this is brought to you by a staff of experienced local journalists committed to telling the stories of your community.
Support from subscribers is vital to continue our mission.

Become a subscriber

Thank you for subscribing

Your contribution makes local journalism possible.

Follow Kevin Barlow on Twitter: @pg_barlow



Staff Writer for The Pantagraph.

Load comments